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L.A. asked for $3 million for community policing. The DOJ said no. Some fear it's a sign of what's ahead.

In 2015, a community policing initiative — one credited with helping curb violence in some of L.A.’s toughest housing projects — scored the Los Angeles Police Department high-level praise. A captain and a sergeant who led the program were invited to Washington, D.C., earning coveted seats near...
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